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Bay Area CouncilFall Family Camping at Camp Karankawa

Camp Karankawa
Recreational Fall Family Camping Reservations

October 1-December 31, 2020

CAMPK indian logoCamp Karankawa offers a safe and secluded property to safely engage in family camping during COVID-19. Family camping in the Fall is open to immediate family members only. Space is limited to 5 families per weekend.

Camp features hiking trails, a nature center, wildlife viewing, gaga ball, an outdoor chapel, complimentary fire rings and firewood, restroom and shower facilities, and a Camp Ranger for emergency contact only.

Please be aware of wildlife and poisonous snakes.

DOWNLOAD THE CAMP K MAP HERE

CHECK THE FIRE STATUS HERE

Find us on FACEBOOK & check-in or tag yourself at camp!

Camping

Dates: Camp is open every weekend through Fall except for Thanksgiving, Christmas and during Fall Camp and our Scouts Honor Shooting Classic. When registering, if a date is not available, that weekend is already filled.

Check-in: Gates open at 6 p.m. on Fridays. Check out by 11 a.m. on Sundays.

DOWNLOAD THE CHECK-IN LETTER, REQUIREMENTS, AND MAP HERE

Cost: Camping, $35 per family.

Packing list: Camp Karankawa is a primitive camp. Pack accordingly. Chairs, tents, sleeping gear, cooking gear, food & water, headlamps & flashlights, first aid kit. Camping hammocks may be used sparingly. (Campsites have limited trees.) Fire rings and firewood are complimentary. Refrigeration is not available.

Advancements

Tiger, Tigers in the Wild; Wolf, Call of the Wild; Bear, Bear Necessities; Bear, Picnic Basket; Webelos, Cast Iron Chef; AOL, Outdoor Adventure
 

Contact Us

Camp Karanakawa
3249 FM 1459 Rd
Sweeny, TX 77480

Camp Ranger
DK Hopwood
979-248-3440
donlad.hopwood@scouting.org.

Ask the Camp Ranger about volunteer opportunities!

Register here
(Registration opens September 25th!)

Please read safety requirements before registering

Safety remains our number one priority!

- Campers must be immediate family members only. (People who ordinarily live together.)

- Masks must be worn when walking around camp. You will not be at camp alone. Please practice social distancing at all times. Be courteous, kind, and keep everyone's safety in mind.

Family Campers are required to:

- At least one youth MUST BE A REGISTERED MEMBER of the Bay Area Council, Boy Scouts of America.

- All adults MUST HAVE CURRENT YOUTH PROTECTION TRAINING with a certification on file with the Council office.

- Bring their own food, tents and all needed supplies, including a first-aid kit.

- Leave the camp area in the same condition as when they arrived.

- Check in and check out with the Camp Ranger.

- Behave in a Scout-like manner while on camp property.

- Follow all directions of the Camp Ranger.

- Wear close-toed shoes.

- Understand that this is a rustic, nature area with various wildlife, including poisonous snakes, spiders, bobcats, and alligators.

- Supervise children at all times.

- Only use existing fire rings. Keep your fire small. Make sure it is out and cold before you leave.  

*You will not be at camp alone. When walking around camp, masks & social distancing required during known health crisis.
 

Camp Karankawa will provide:

- A designated camping area.

- Fire ring for campfires.

- Wood for campfires.

- An on-property Camp Ranger in case of emergencies and check in/check out.